Do you pay for irrigation water for your community? If the answer is yes, then we have a one-of-a-kind solution for you. Our partnership with UgMO Technologies provides intelligent irrigation control through its wireless soil sensor network. UgMO is the only wireless, underground soil sensor that measures soil moisture, temperature and salinity, on a zone-by-zone basis.
Converged Services has provided sustainable solutions to our clients for over 20 years, including sustainable technology, a proven, systematic method to improve the value of your community by improving function or reducing cost.
Topics: Sustainable Technology Solution
Converged Services now offers LED fixtures consulting, sales and installation planning. With 10 years of experience in this space, saving our clients hundreds of thousands of dollars, there is no project too big or too small for our dedicated LED fixtures team.
Does your building have a rooftop lease agreement with a wireless carrier or does your association have a telecommunications tower lease agreement?
We've said it before and we will say it again - 5G is real, 5G is coming. So, what exactly is 5G and how will it impact you and the world you live in?
Marcel Korman, Director of Project Management, has recently become certified by the Association of Energy Engineers as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM). This accreditation launches our energy-savings program for homeowners associations, condominium associations, mixed-use development, and apartments to ensure your community is operating at peak performance while saving you and your residents money.
Converged Services is excited to announce a new partnership with Waste Consultants, a company that helps reduce and manage waste disposal and recycling expenses. We formed this partnership with the intent to provide ancillary services to our clients that continue to save money for their associations and communities.
As resident demand for a smart technology community increases, developers, apartment owners and home builders must make the right investment for their properties. Just like many products and services in the market, not all smart technology is created equal.
In today's rental market, Millennials (80+ million strong) are the largest pool of renters. Gen-Z is not far behind as a fast-growing portion of the market. These generational groups prefer to rent rather than buy a home for multiple reasons. One of the most prominent reasons tends to be the amenity-rich offering of an apartment, such as common spaces and pools, on-site concierge, and typically located within an urban community. Trends and studies show that one of the most important amenities is technology. Millennials and Gen-Z will consider technology as one of their main decision-making factors when choosing a community.
In today’s market, there is a mixed perception of bulk broadband services. Some Owners and Developers want no affiliation with the video and Internet selections that their residents make. Some Owners believe in providing choice options of different providers for residents to choose from. These two schools of thought were very popular in recent years past. However, the market’s perception of bulk is changing based on segment. Markets including student housing and senior housing are somewhat predisposed to bulk services. While markets such as market rate and affordable housing are beginning to see the value. What’s true of all segments of the market is that Owners, Developers, Managers, and residents are curious about the Internet of Things (IoT) and connectivity.